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Speak Up About Lakeside’s Rape Culture: A Message to Students From Senior Tatler Staff
Speak Up About Lakeside’s Rape Culture: A Message to Students From Senior Tatler Staff
Senior Tatler Staff May 5, 2021

TW: Sexual Assault, Rape This article will be rereleased with edits in the May Issue. We, the seniors on Tatler staff, see a school in...

Stud Gov Plans Double-Double May Days
Stud Gov Plans Double-Double May Days
Zane R. '24, Opinions Editor • May 3, 2021

The tradition of May Day at Lakeside has undergone many changes since its inception. Originally, it was a day for completing off-campus community...

Reopening: Lakeside and SPS
Reopening: Lakeside and SPS
Fiona L. '24 and Zane R. '24 May 3, 2021

On Wednesday, March 11, 2020, Hamilton Middle School students were sitting in fourth period when an announcement came over the intercom asking...

Land, Learning, Legacy: Lakeside
Land, Learning, Legacy: Lakeside
Estelle L. '24 and Aaron Z. ’23 May 3, 2021

“A larger and better site”: Henry Carr Pearson’s first suggestion for Lakeside in May 1929. An educational consultant from New York, he...

April in Review
May 3, 2021

2 Major League Baseball announces that it will pull its July All-Star game out of Georgia in response to its new voting law. The law limits voting access for some and gives the state legislature more...

Behind the Wall Of Shame
Behind the Wall Of Shame
May 3, 2021

Before anyone currently at Lakeside would remember it, there was a famed bulletin board in the Refectory. This board, jokingly dubbed the “Wall of Shame,” was home to at least one tree’s worth of...

Stud Gov Plans Double-Double May Days
Stud Gov Plans Double-Double May Days
May 3, 2021

The tradition of May Day at Lakeside has undergone many changes since its inception. Originally, it was a day for completing off-campus community service projects in advisories. In 1992, three years after...

Reopening: Lakeside and SPS
Reopening: Lakeside and SPS
May 3, 2021

On Wednesday, March 11, 2020, Hamilton Middle School students were sitting in fourth period when an announcement came over the intercom asking teachers to check their emails for an important message from...

Land, Learning, Legacy: Lakeside
Land, Learning, Legacy: Lakeside
May 3, 2021

“A larger and better site”: Henry Carr Pearson’s first suggestion for Lakeside in May 1929. An educational consultant from New York, he was hired to advise on a new campus for the budding school....

Min Jin Lee 2017 (Larry D. Moore, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/deed.en, Wikimedia Commons.)
The Tatler Interview: Min Jin Lee
March 22, 2021

Min Jin Lee is the New York Times bestselling author of Free Food For Millionaires and Pachinko. Born in Seoul, South Korea and raised in Queens, New York, Ms. Lee studied at the Bronx High School of Science...

A Zoomful of Sugar
“Minari”: A Korean-American Film in the Eyes of a Korean-American
Making Music Remotely: Lakeside Orchestra’s Ordeals in Remote Learning
Attempting to Relive the Magic: Virtual Museums of Varying Quality

Attempting to Relive the Magic: Virtual Museums of Varying Quality

March 6, 2021

Powerfully and Playfully Portraying Puberty in “Big Mouth”

Powerfully and Playfully Portraying Puberty in “Big Mouth”

February 9, 2021

Love is Dead: What Happened to the Rom-Com?

Love is Dead: What Happened to the Rom-Com?

February 9, 2021

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Their Final Seasons - Senior Athletes During COVID-19
Their Final Seasons - Senior Athletes During COVID-19
May 3, 2021

  It’s safe to say that for most seniors, this has been the most confusing, if not the most challenging year of their high school careers. For...

First swim and dive practice 1(Rohde)
The Beginning of Lakeside Sports Amidst a Pandemic
March 8, 2021

It has been almost a year of quarantine and online school with very minimal student interaction. Yet all that has changed with the announcement that sports...

Theresa Romagnolo continuing her coaching success at Notre Dame(Cashore)
Athlete Alumni Spotlight: Theresa Romagnolo '97
March 8, 2021

Theresa Romagnolo ’97 was an accomplished three-sport athlete at Lakeside, playing basketball, tennis, and soccer and racking up medals everywhere she...

Year in the Pandemic
March 8, 2021

By the time this article will be published, we will essentially have spent a full year in this pandemic. While it may not seem like it, a lot has happened...

Racial Equity At Lakeside: A Q&A With Dr. Parry
Racial Equity At Lakeside: A Q&A With Dr. Parry
March 8, 2021

While speaking with Profe Bensadon last fall, I got a sneak peek into the science department’s push to discuss issues of race in STEM classes. I spoke...

Representation in Arts: A Conversation with Dr. Naomi Andre 
Representation in Arts: A Conversation with Dr. Naomi Andre 
March 5, 2021

Recently, Sia’s movie “Music” incited heavy criticism due to the film’s problematic portrayal of autism. This controversy brings up the underlying...

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